If you've got an Android phone with a screen that's bigger than 3.2 inches diagonally, it's almost certain that the ratio of its vertical to horizontal pixels is about 16:9, mimicking a television screen's shape and distinguishing high-end phones from low-end competitors like the iPhone. Pantech is bucking the trend with a new phone for AT&T, the Pocket. This 4-inch Gingerbread phone has a first-in-class 800 x 600 screen, an odd 4:3 ratio in a widescreen Android world. PCMag was on-hand at CTIA to give us a look.